Mind map - Ms. Stephens` Class

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Agenda
02/07/2012
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Sponge
Enlightenment Activity
Go over Jigsaw answers
Group research
Homework: Quiz Thursday, Turn in Enlightenment Chart Thursday, Be Ready
to Present Thursday ( you will have 15 minutes to prepare)
SSWH13: Examine the intellectual, political, social, and economic factors that changed
the world view of Europeans.
a. Identify the major ideas of the Enlightenment from the writings of Locke, Voltaire, and
Rousseau and their relationship to politics and society.
SSWH14: Analyze the Age of Revolutions and Rebellions.
b. Identify the causes and results of the revolutions in England (1689), United States
(1776), France (1789), Haiti (1791), and Latin America (1808-1825)
d. Examine the interaction of China and Japan with westerners; include the Opium War,
the Taiping Rebellion, and Commodore Perry.
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are
endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable (can’t be taken away) Rights, that
among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.--That to secure these
rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the
consent of the governed, --.”
“1. Men are born free and remain free and equal in rights. Social distinctions can be
based only on public utility.
2. The aim of every political association is the preservation of the natural and
imprescriptible (not able to be neglected) rights of man. These rights are liberty,
property, security, and resistance to oppression.”
Sponge: What similarities do you see between the two passages? How do these
passages reflect ideas of the enlightenment?
Where is passage one from? Passage two?
1) Declaration of Independence
2) Declaration of the Rights of Man
Enlightenment
• Enlightenment thinkers were influenced by
ideas of Scientific revolution. How?
• “Reason, natural law, hope, progress”
Important People
• John Locke: People are molded by their
experiences
• Montesquieu: (checks and balances)
• Voltaire: The universe is like a clock
• Adam Smith: laissez-faire (state will not
regulate the economy)
• Rousseau: Social Contract (an entire society
agrees to be governed by its general will)
Enlightenment Activity
Develop a chart with 4 columns. One column lists the
Enlightenment writers. The second column identifies some of their
writings and the third column identifies the Enlightenment idea of
each writer. The fourth column examines the impact of those
writings on politics and society. You have 15 minutes to complete.
Enlightenment
Writers
John Locke
Montesquieu
Voltaire
Adam Smith
Rousseau
Writings
Ideas
Impact
Jig Saw
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Why did westerners travel to China and Japan?
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Trade and religion (porcelain, silk, tea)
Did those travelers settle in these countries? Why? or Why not?
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Not very much. Both Japan and China limited trade with the west.
How did the Opium War affect how the Chinese and Japanese governments interacted with westerners?
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Qing Dynasty collapses
British have unbalanced trade with China (importing more than exporting) To cover debt the British
send Opium from India, but Opium was illegal in China. Britain refuses to stop trade because it is
very profitable. This leads to the Opium War (1839-1842) in which Britain defeats China. China
agrees to open five ports, limit taxes on imported British goods, and give Britain the Island of Hong
Kong. In the five ports, Europeans lived under their own laws (extraterritoriality). This beginning of
Western influence in China.
4) How did the Taiping Rebellion and Commodore Perry affect how the Chinese and Japanese governments interacted
with westerners?
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Taiping Rebellion (1850-1864) was a peasant revolt led by Hong Xiuquan (viewed himself as the
younger brother of Jesus Christ. The rebellion called for social reforms like giving land to all peasants,
treating women as equals and give up possessions. Europeans help Qing Dynasty to defeat Taiping
rebellion.
“Self-strengthening” – adopt western technology while keeping Confucion values.
Commodore Perry: Tokugawa rulers had kept the west out for many years. Commodore Perry
initiated military pressure and Japan opened trade ports to the United States.
Group Research
• Revolutions: Identify the causes and results of the
revolutions in England (1689), United States
(1776), France (1789), Haiti (1791), and Latin
America (1808-1825)
• Your group will research and present the causes
of the assigned revolution.
• You may create a power point, timeline or mind
map.
• Timeline: www.timetoast.com username:
MsStephensClass Password: worldhistory
• Mind map: www.bubbl.us
England (1689)
• Identify the causes of the revolution in England.
• Also discuss the events of the revolution and the
outcomes.
• Be prepared to present this information to the
class. You may create a powerpoint, timeline or
mind map.
• Be sure to include (but you are not limited to)
these terms.
- Glorious Revolution
- 30 years war
- Toleration Act of 1689
United States (1776)
• Identify the causes of the revolution in the United
States..
• Also discuss the events of the revolution and the
outcomes.
• Be prepared to present this information to the class.
You may create a powerpoint, timeline or mind map.
• Be sure to include (but you are not limited to) these
terms.
• Include:
– Constitutional Convention
– Articles of Confederation
– Constitution and Bill of Rights
France (1789)
• Identify the causes of the revolution in France.
• Also discuss the events of the revolution and the outcomes.
• Be prepared to present this information to the class. You
may create a powerpoint, timeline or mind map.
• Be sure to include (but you are not limited to) these terms.
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Absolutism and the Louis XIV
Cardinal Richelieu
Tennis Court Oath
Committee of Public Safety
The Declaration of the Rights of Man
Legislative Assembly
Taille
Haiti (1791)
• Identify the causes of the revolution in Haiti.
• Also discuss the events of the revolution and the
outcomes.
• Be prepared to present this information to the
class. You may create a powerpoint, timeline or
mind map.
• Be sure to include (but you are not limited to)
these terms.
- Toussaint L’Overture
Latin America (1808-1825)
• Identify the causes of the revolution in Latin America.
• Also discuss the events of the revolution and the
outcomes.
• Be prepared to present this information to the class.
You may create a powerpoint, timeline or mind map.
• Be sure to include (but you are not limited to) these
terms.
– Mestizos
– Malattoes
– Mexico (Agustin de Iturbide, Porfirio Diaz, Francisco
Madero, Emilio Zapata, Benito Juarez)
– Venezuela (Simon Bolivair)

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